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THE SOUTH BEND NEWS-TIMES M'MVW, f)(TOIJi:i: 12. mir. s5 BARRAGE LAID OUT AHEAD OP DRIVE Common People "I Suppose I Can Go In and Listen " IjLAY PLANS TO AVOID E 117 South Michigan SL Correct Apparel for Women Workers Ready For Zero Hour As Ministers and Speakers Blaze the Trail. Building Permits For Streets and Subdivisions Not Defi nitely Laid Out. (1 prances ßhou Dumpc w U u rrimd an! r'-.i'Jv to ;ilk tt a mo ment's r.tiT; v.i'h s;rrjal sermon rrfjiard to Mi7f forth from cvry T'Jlrit in tho rity; with f-vrry news t'ipr and frr window ltrinpr urcr-nt n-i-iU to jrivo, indication? nr that th opfnJng 'lay r tho welfare carrtca'n Monday will ?rnd th cnntriVitiTi total soaring to vard tho fnoo.fior, -oil. Worn1!! and mon workers are rfidy for tho irivo. and o caroful ly have tho plans ho n lafd that not a loojho'o for th fsapo of the hatfly reofjofj dollar. Womcr. xv i 1 1 make a thorough house to houf-o ranva and in th-ir jolicit.i tion talk only to the hoi-vives. For that rrason it would not he lrprisin: to !ind an unusual ejd !rrnic of K-a rrh i n '-r tr"u-T pockets flurir.tr the nisrl.ts of the coming week, for the woinon "orI;ir tli'-v vi!l heat the men in the trtal rniount rollortoii. Interest in the entii palern ha rearhd a hi.ch pitch. P.oth s:de are ready for the whistle Monday. RIVER PARK FOR ItFrORTfR TALI. Rlrrr I'ark llM I'hon 17. Frank Kerse of Mish awaka save .i talk in the interest of the Indiana! l.Iirnl association at a me tintr; of the River I'ark Civic rlub held last uiht at the vrhool Ikhi. At the c of the address Mrs. S. I. niea- s ri and Mrs. ('. I'. Ault were ap pointed to .secure mem!ers for th Association. 1'. K. Wolfe reported that everything- was now completed to rstah-L.-di a branch library in River Park ;,s soon as a suitable building could be obtained. The committee on the l ew school building for River Park reported the prospects were good for a new building in the near fu t u re. In regard to a hose hou? in River Park the report is one will l e erected in the near future, also water mains will be put in on all the streets as ?oon as workmen and material can- be obtained. I IT. Wolfe brought up the sub ject of establishing motion pictures ;.nd a recreation room for the young j ' oplo at the school. The Civic fav or, I the suggestion and they will diu! b established. Marshall Hall. vice, president of the club, handrd in his resignation to t ike ffect at once, and H. II. My . i s was appointed to till tho vacancy. 'I he following program was also udered: Selections by the school -- hestra; piano solo. Miss Hazel l etters: vocal duet. Miss Stella Van r. u hoof and Miss Sarah O'N'eil. Miss Pomrnert. accompanist; Instrumrnt : ' .-elections, Frank Reese. Com munity singir.e; was lead by A. P. Williamson. Th next meeting1 of the c'ub -will le held Friday. Nov. II, at the ; hool house, it. K. Myers, the new- i IiM-tfd vice president, will have ban: nf the meeting. A meeting of the committee in . ! .'lire of the Welfare drive in this . linn of the rity was held Fri . v afternoon at i o'clock at the school house. Mrs. TJeorge Crabill ..nd Mrs-. C,. Coon of South P.end woio present and gave short talks ..ml final arangements of the work. Mi-. F. IT. Wolfe, who has charge of the teams, announced Satur l hat the captains of each blok . f,d tlieir helpers were now ready ;o - tart their canvass Monday mo.m- 1 -. The b!o. k vaptains to assist' Mi-v Wolf,, are Mrs. William dar-! -. Y.r. Pari Camp. Mrs. Hiram :t l. Miss Mattie Powman anl ! M '1 irk 1 "row n. j .Mr.-. AH. i Wiser. Mishawaka a v.. v. n h.'s'ess to the P.. P. R. club j i i .diy .ifJt rnoon. The afternoon vi sper.r socially and with ned!e-w:--, k. A ." o' b k luneheon was s. : Mrs. Nancy Stockman was a ir.ir st of the . 'ub. The time and l '. . o t- of th. t. t t'., tine will le ... b d later. Tl.. J. T C- H iit i y- - . I i t : '11.' .1.. T I I ' I - , 't.eeil the isiernl rs of the Vi.-toryj ':! !a; night u:th a Halloween : I -i ' Bfa l iw Ii mSwf m i mmmm & mm w Jffe Prairie the 111 r i r- h n r mi am lltLr ntrull i n 1 1 1 r p. i on a nnn a I Ml MU s i ültfLiy u'.7,UUU Plns whereby building permits may be issued for sub-divisions where the streets and avenues have not born definitely laid out and avoid confusion to the building de partments in making inspections luring the construction of the build ings have been adopted by Building Commissioner W. D. Teeple, ac cording to Mr. Teeple Saturday. Usually CJivcii. Usually the number of the house and name of the street or avenue are given when permits are applied for, but in the case of the issuance of the 100 permits for buildings taken out by the Oliver Chilled Plow Co.. the Oliver st. tract where the dwellings are to be erected the streets have not been permanently named. In order to overcome this diffi culty, Mr. Teeple has devised a small sign to be placed on the house during its construction. The sign contains a number that cor responds with the number on the application for the building permit Thus the building inspector may readily locate the building. TO CALL MEMBERS IN SERIES OF MEETINGS Members of the Chamber of Com merce will be called in groups of 100 to attend a series of meetings at the chamber during the next two weed's to diseuss the program plans of the organization. The first meeting of the series will be held Tuesday night at which 100 members of the chamber will be in attendance. The series is to con t ist of 11 meetings. The meetings ;:re to last only one hour each, beginning at S o'clock and adjourning at 9 o'clock. It is, the new policy of the chamber to make its meetings short and to the point, it w.i.s announced Saturday morning. I Try NEWS-TIMES Want Ads A. Prown at Rolling past week. Mrs. Gertrude ILaslet has return ed to Xiles, Mich., after a visit with friends here. At tho ( liurrhes. The usual Sunday services will be held at the River I'ark churches. Seats are free anil the public is wel come to all services. Methodist Kplseopal, Kleventh St., south el Mishawak av.. Rev. (J. P.. Rulison. pastor. Sunday school at tPT.O a. m. Marshall Hall, superintendent. Preaching by the pastor at 10:4.". a. m., and 7:30 p. m. Ppworth league devotional at fi:H0 p. m. The meeting will be in charge of the president, Neil Mctirew. Prayer and praise meeting Wednesday eve ning at 7:30, Rev. Rulison will lead the meeting. The regular meeting of the la dies' Aid society will be hold Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Rolan Miller, Clifford et. The hostesses will be Mrs. Miller and Mrs. I K. Wolfe. Free Methodist. Fourteenth and Vine sts., Rev. P. F. Hitchcock, pas tor. Sunday sc hool at 10 a. m. Wil liam Whitaker. superintendent. Class meeting will follow the Sun day school. Preaching by patT at 7:."0 o'clock. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening. Mishawaka Avenue Mission. Sun day school at - p. m. Preaching by Rev. Otis Austin of South Rend at " : 1 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Prayer meeting at 7:1., o'clock Thursday evening. BY THREE 111 Warde L. Mack Makes An nouncement of Pre-cam-paign Contributions. RECEIVES DAMAGES FOR INJURIES CAUSED BY DOG verdict for !.' R. Deuet for 7 Ö damages against David CJoad- cold and Rebecca CoodgoM. by the jury in the circuit court Friday. Deuel brougnt action against the defendants because of injuries he re-, reived when a dog owned by the' doodgolds attacked a horse he was driving, causing him to be thrown from the buggy and breaking his leg and receiving internal injuries. Action was first brought in the city court of Mishawaka where judgment of $500 was found for the plaintiff. The case was then ap pealed to the circuit court where the findings were reduced to $375. You Can party. Th ;::;,! r e and in g wa- went m i s k e . 1 vent w ith i i n n i : i i : m i :n t mm ; a x i zati on. Returned soldiers and sailors at the Fniversity of Xotre Dame have decided to maintain an association J independent of the American Region and are nof planning for various so cial and recreational activities. Only! students who served with the army,! navy or marines in this country or' abroad arc eligible for membership.! Tlie members call their organiza tion the Association of Returned Veterans. i weniy-iour mouanu ooiiars nasi already been contributed to the South Rend Welfare association's campaign, which does not officially open until Monday morning. This announcement was made Saturday morning by Warde Mack, city chairman of the campaign which is to raise ?:iO'.noo for de pendable institutions. "Three prominent subscribers to the War Chest have already con tributed $1' 1,000 to the Welfare cam paign fund." declared Mr. Mack Saturday. "I would like to give out the names of these three contribu tors," he continued, but they have asked me to withhold them for the present." Mr. Mack said that everythiuc: is now in readiness for the formal opening of tho Welfare drive early! Monday morning. "We have perfected the organiza tion, and are ready to start out tak ing subscriptions early Monday morning," he declared. SUNDAY SCHOOL PROMOTION'S. Sunday school promotions will take place at the First M. K. chuMi Sunday morning at o'clock. The promotion will include 1". from the cradle roll to beginners' depart ment: IS beginners to primary; ..0 primary to junior; 39 junior to in termidiate; 10 intermediate to sen ior, and ."',0 senior to Young Peo ple's society. The smaller children will enter the advanced department through white gates and will be awarded diplomas and Ribles by Kenneth F. Peers, su perintendent ave y3 to y2 on Women's Ready-to-wear Wearing Apparel by taking the Elevator to the ECONOMY DEPARTMENTS Over Geo. Kraft Co. 5 and 10c Store stunt- h s : s' c t i ' e of t he j e w as decor. teil j items and other Ru :: ch eon :m n: s. .ivip. Th . Jack o' il i'iirfn r. v. .. s v. red. The ie' meeting will ' oo h ' 1 in tu. w.c'., s with Mis: ( ..-: i Whit.-. u-.b j M t A n :i i H ;rd;vu of Indiana- i I"' d ; . . M r ; i v pa- the Sandlio; . resi- ont h st. and c- W Reeve. wj'o h IV i ho .-i pr ! rtv the to M r on N move to her rvw home soon, j . it. ! 1 i . .: r ! . t . mi in: e a - d Mr : r d f p. . t AT CO X V 1 TN TI ON . Xotre Dame w as rt presented at th. Mississippi alley zone conven tion. .Morrison hotel, Chicago, this uo'k by John J. Powers, a senior in the college of commerce at the university. Xotre Dame was the only college in the country to have student representation at the mcet ;r.k. During the convention Powers made a report on foreign trade. a home ! o ;:;o : Fr;ck. 1 or . . a '.v i -. i h t ' I- A j ; ! i I ; l h d I r i i ,rr: o 1 to the 1 er.ts. Mr. a::d Mrs. ; :r:c of Frankfort. K of ' :: i'-r ii. n for .t w 1-, '.s f: to W.: riorn;r g AMPI I I ( II VIOLIN PITILS. Jid:n T. .1?-.. kson. leader of the Ori'ht-um the.ter orchestra .and an ejerienced musician, will take a limited number of violin pupils. Studio Orpheuta theater bldg. I to 12 a. m . 4 to . j. m. Phonos. Pin coin 2i2; Main C91. 7. 1 4 1' -1 2 1 . F art. -' I ! m and ! i M . f . . -' r. : K : i ' ;. r. d son. j N-r. l'U i ::c.. S. j lilVi t. NeV ! 'or a is; u .:. Mrs. p.r.Ni.riT in ( iTAi.. Lillian Johnston and Company rt First Paptlst church. Thursday cv . nine. ct. l'-'th. p. m.. under auspices of W. C. T. F. Admission $i. r. 2 s -1 - Mi- i ': v. i . son. Clar- i I: S' i :.th Public Auction of Fnclaimed ; Freight. W. dnes.'.ay. 'ctober lth. and . V.;rr.er Warehouse Co., south pine St.. and New York Central Tracks. YOU WIN Competition is keen. Good merchants take ad vantage ot every possibil ity to attract trade. Our natural low rent location gives us an edge on the others. We can and do under sell. YOU WIN. Walk a couple of Nocks and save the dif ference. HOME FURNITURE CO., 326-28 S. Michigan St. AUCTION' By order of the St. Joseph County Super ior Court of Indiana, we will on Wednesday, October 15th, 1919, at I 1 :00 A. M.f at the American Bldg., Cor. N. Main and Colfax Ave., South Bend, Ind., sell at public auc tion the entire plant and equipment, office fixtures belonging to the Graf Lens Corp. Stock on exhibition and can be inspected two days prior to sale. Clarence Sedgwick, Receiver. Mclnernys, Yeagley & McVicker and Thad M. Talcott, Jr., Attorneys for Receiver. MICHAEL TAUBER & COMPANY, Auctioneers, 317 S. Market St, Chicago, 111. K065 wAm puts Boot Shop "ZS Smart Fall Women's Footwear at $6.95 $7.95 L. BERLAND, Mgr. $8.95 Invites attention to their Extensive Displays of Newest Autumn and Winter Model: Solving the Suit, Coat or Frock Problem To be smart without being showy, to be simple without be ing plain, to combine superior quality and sensible price these are the points after which this New Fall Apparel for Wom en strives. At any price these garments give Full Value. New Suits, Coats, Frocks, Gowns, Blouses and Petticoats "Prices Range Most Moderately for Quality." fLg&t : -w 'J - i-u-ij 'cJ ßmitim 'm p? m m rm if;; (-' Suits- .iQa nc and yj J upwards Coats $29.75 Iptards Frocks $19.75 ipdwards Blouses $5.00 Ipwards Petticoats $5.75 'iptards Smart Clothes for Women and Misses I 1 i- ä :4 I ! i il t ' ? J." ? mm m 1 'r.:-yiXi E. -3 1 1 5V. i CY-HYTrt You'll Like Trttdlai; at UcllerV What furniture is there in your home that you are not proud of? We all have one or two pieces in our home that we are not exactly proud of especially when visitors call. What about the dining room? The Thanksgiving din ner and the company we will have on that day, should have our thought and attention right now. Think of your holiday entertaining, too. Has the dining room the exact appearance you want it to have? How's the rug? That's where our Exchange Department comes in just fine. We allou- you every penny your old furniture is worth as part payment on what new din ing room furniture or rugs you may select, and we give you what credit terms you may need if you wish credit. We Accept Bonds Tf 1 j, f ei je. 116 South Michigan Bt Xhrn UUt It't OaJ. It Oii DRCGXJI9T, The Bm; Cut Rate Drug Storo OTTO C BASTIAN, FIRST NATIONAL BANK Commercial Accounts Solicited VJE I W. LOWER CJO KATING COMPANY ocih Hetxl, Irrtiana.